Feline Friday Fillins

20190422_1014521. I love it when the new school year begins.

2. I know it’s time to get up when the sun rises.

3. Others come to me when they need snoopervision.

4. We should never take the education system’s quality for granted. Whoever is in charge of this doesn’t seem to be doing a very good job, which is why we home school…  at least until high school…p22

This post is purrticipating in a blog hop hosted by Ms. Ellen of 15and meowing and Ms. Lorianne of Fourleggedfurballs. Yesterday, they asked these questions. (Ms. Ellen asked the first two fill-in-the-blank questions and Ms. Lorianne the later two – our answers are underlined.) If you don’t want to write a blog post, you can simply answer in the comments section. These were the original questions:

1. I love it when __________________________.515a59e9-dfd7-454d-9f08-c1567cb12997

2. I know it’s time to _________________ when ________________.

3. Others come to me when they need _________.

4. We should never take _________ for granted.

This post is also purrticipating in Ms. Sandee’s Comedy Plus’s Feline Friday Blog Hop.

23 thoughts on “Feline Friday Fillins

  1. L.M.G. Miller

    Thank you for joining in on the Friendly Fill-Ins, Purrseidon! We bet your snoopervision is much needed and hopefully very appreciated. After all, you are a very wise kitty! Do you help with homework? Purrs to you!

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    1. Ms. Lorianne, I’m afraid my snoopervision is desperately needed, but not always apurrciated. I snoopervise all homework – I also attempt to snoopervise my chef, who works from home, but that certainly is NOt apurrciated!
      Thank you for hosting this hop.


  2. Those are great answers, Purrseidon!

    We home-schooled through high school. Our lack of proficiency in some subjects didn’t adversely affect them. They were all able to get into college and/or military service as they chose. You can do it!

    Have a blessed weekend. 🙂

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  3. My father worked as a teacher for forty years, and I never took my education for granted and was thankful for it. Education definitely should get more founding, worldwide, because it has such a great influence on our children.

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    1. Yes education has a big influence, alas, some teachers and professors push their agendas on young minds instead of help them learn to think and make decisions for themselves.


  4. 15andmeowing

    Thank you for participating in the fill-ins, great answers. I think home schooling is a great idea, a child gets much more individual instruction that way. I commend you for taking the time to do it. I think many just use school as a day care. I bet you are the best snoopervisor around Purrseidon. Have a nice weekend! XO

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    1. Meowser, Ms. Ellen… my staff and I teach what the basic curriculum requires, then add things we think are important, which is quite a lot. It is a big job, but kids are the future.


    1. Dear brofur, Kosmo, yes, it is apparently ‘fall’ but I can only infer that from the calendar …. it is still hot and humid, so outdoor chores get scheduled in the morning. I miss our beloved brofur, Mr. M something fierce – he was MUCH better at teaching the sciences than I am. I feel as if I’m a very poor imitation of him.

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      1. Purrsister, you will be like Mr.M, he was older than you and had had time to learn more, so you are very good now and you are learning all the time more. We miss Mr. M too and we miss Xander and Mischief with their adventures, do you know what is happening with them.
        Kosmo and mom

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